Humans must navigate a different life cycle. A society where people can remain at the larval stage or submit themselves to a precarious transformation and become adult. When Megan becomes curious about adulthood, her friendship with Sal becomes strained. Inspector Augustine, charged with monitoring the wanton destruction of eggs, decides to mentor Sal and Megan.
by David & Ping Henningham with The National Poetry Library Librarians The Times Educational Supplement, Britain’s leading education periodical, has published a feature on ‘Letters Home: The First World War Poetry Kit’, a book we published in collaboration with the Southbank Centre’s National Poetry Library; The aim was to create a resource using inspirations that
We are proud to announce a dazzling forthcoming book. Artist and poet Sophie Herxheimer re-imagines Emily Dickinson’s self-imposed seclusion as an act of empowerment. In a series of collage poems, Sophie’s words and images re-present a paradoxical poet, fixed in space, yet ranging freely in imagination and innovation. This is a homage to the human
The Maximum Wage Magazine is now available to buy! A 72-page A4 full-colour glossy magazine splashed on every page with photos from the live show and packed with brand new art and articles on earning a living. Only £3.50 & FREE delivery within the UK. Where Are You? Within UK £3.50 GBPOverseas £10.95 GBP Performance
The Times Educational Supplement, Britain’s leading education periodical, has published a feature on ‘Letters Home: The First World War Poetry Kit’, a book we published in collaboration with The Poetry Library; The aim was to create a resource using inspirations that the children might not have got to hear about until university – and that’s
Letters Home The First World War Poetry Kit Henningham Family Press and The Saison Poetry Library 14pp, ISBN: 9780956316615 The exhibition of An Unknown Soldier at the Royal Festival Hall that ran from November to January has now come down, but it will have a legacy in the Poetry Library for a few years yet.
We are delighted to introduce you to our latest publication, Noah’s Ark by Nathan Jones and Sam Meech. The ancient story of Noah’s flood cropped up repeatedly as Sam explored the North West Film Archive during his residency there. Sam found himself in the same difficult position as Noah choosing between the animals that went
The second of our three new Bible-themed publications is the Monday School Chart. A copy of the chart comes free inside the hardback book, but we wanted to make them available individually. They can be used in personal study, by reading groups, or as a visual celebration of the 400th year of the King James
It is 400 years since the publication of the King James Bible, and therefore an appropriate time to launch three publications on the Bible. Most coverage seems to be about the history surrounding Bible translation, but the task we set ourselves was to explore the content of the Bible and its influence. The whole Bible.